Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 124839
Unable to launch Traditional Chinese input methods in jpilot
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:43 EST
Description of problem:
Unable to lanuch Traditional Chinese input methods(both @xim-xcin and
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Launch jpilot and press shortcut CTRL+SPACE
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Launch jpilot
2. press shortcut CTRL+SPACE
can't call up input methods, either @xim-xcin and iiimf-le-xcin
input method xcin will show below.
Jouston, I'm unable to reproduce the problem with jpilot-0.99.7 and
ctrl-space keyboard shortcut. Can it be invoked in some other way?
May I ask a question:
Is "Unable to reproduce" means you can launch either xcin or
iiimf-le-xcin in Fedora Core 2?
The problem is that ctrl-space keyboard shortcut in jpilot simply does
not work (does nothing) for me with jpilot-0.99.7 on FC2.
In xcin or iiimf-le-xcin, the ctrl-space shortcut will "switch" input
method to foreground so that we can input characters into jpilot or
If anything goes right(locale setting, input method...etc.), we can
switch input method in every applications. No matter it is openoffice
In fact, while I report this bug, I can input Chinese in gedit and
rxvt. But cannot input Chinese in jpilot.
it works for me. I logged in Traditional Chinese locale with FC3 and I
simply trigged up xcin. If you are still having problems you might try
to use scim (at sourceforge.org) or perhaps try to upgrade your system.
It's really a happy news for me! I report a bug in FC2 someone tell
me try FC3. Somehow if every bug can be fixed in next version, this
bugzilla is an unnessary existantce.
I don't have this problem now, because I am using hoary and xine
backport. It works fine.